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't care about children, right? he very much shifted the tone because i think the recall of russell peters sent a signal to a lot of elected republicans in arizona that if you continued to march down that road of scapegoating latino voters, they can turn out and vote you out of office, as we saw with russell pearce, who was the author of arizona -- doing anything about latino voters in that arpaio raise? >> i'm still waiting to get the precinct level data can but what from what i'm hearing from a lot of people that were active in mobilizing latino voters, they did break records in terms of getting more latinos registered of course but i think there was a 40% increase in the number of latinos registered from 2008 to 2012. and, of course, that result in more latinos turning out to the polls. and one thing that these activists did was educate latino voters. instead of just lined them up, educating them on how to vote and specifically how to vote in arizona. because we have a mail in ballot process because of a voter id law in place. so a lot of the organizations were educating latino voters,
recreating a paris rebellion and filling scenes with actors including russell crowe, anne hathaway and hugh jackman. no actor combines the talents of a broadway song-and-dance man with the film presence of an action hero the way that jackman does. he won stardom playing a murderous mutant on film, and then won a tony playing a gay entertainer on stage. when we met him in his native australia, the 44-year-old actor told us that everything he has done in a wide-ranging career has led him to this one moment. in "les miserables," jackman plays one of the most heroic characters in literature, jean valjean, imprisoned for stealing bread for his sister's starving family, an angry brute of a man whose sentence extends to 19 years because of his hunger to escape. his nemesis is inspector javert, played by russell crowe. >> ♪ look down, look down don't look him in the eye ♪ look down, look down you're here until you die... ♪ >> hugh jackman: any movie musical is like mount everest. i think it's the most difficult form ever to pull off in film. when it works, it's spectacular; when it doesn't, i
's a settlement, keith russell has the information on dominique strauss-kahn. >> once leader of the international monetary fund just settled a sexual assault lawsuit against him. the amount of the deal is confidential. it stems from an encounter in a new york hotel suite in 2011 in which a maid alleged he assaulted her. prosecutors dropped the criminal case against them, saying the woman had credibility issues. strauss-kahn is also facing charges related to a prostitution ring at a luxury hotel in france. keith russell, news4. >>> accomplice cal experts say this could be the critical week in efforts to prevent the so-called fiscal cliff. danielle lee is on capitol hill, where lawmakers appear to be edging closer to an agreement. >> it's crunch time here in washington. analysts say president obama and speaker boehner have until the end of the week to reach a deal if lawmakers will get it passed by the friday before christmas. as a diesel engine plant, president obama stood his ground on the fiscal cliff. >> all congress needs to do is pass a law that would prehaven't a tax hike on the first $250 o
and russell swiet was the first to test the lunar module in space. they launched in 1969 john young flew within 50,000 pefeet of th lunar surface. the landing commanded by neil armstrong. >> what will your plans be in the extremely unlikely event it does not come off the lunar surface? >> we have chosen not to think about that at the present time. >> other two crew members were collins and buzz aldrin who would walk on the move with neil armstrong. >> how it ended up neil armstrong was the first, you were supposed to be. >> there was an uncertainty every eva was always the junior person the senior person is responsible for much more requirements. it would seem to me the outside activity should be the junior person. >> who was that supposed to be? oo was it going to be you or armstrong? >> there is a lot of discussion about the commanders leading his troops the commander is a symbolic person. neil posted at the door i won't tell you which it would be. >> it is weird. >> no, it's not weird. i went home and told joan my wife frankly, i just asoon be on the later mission where i wouldn't hav
to their ultimate goal. apollo 9 launching march 3rd, 1969, with daufr individual scott and russell swiet was the first to test the lunar module in space. they launched in 1969 john young flew within 50,000 pefeet of th lunar surface. the landing commanded by neil armstrong. >> what will your plans be in the extremely unlikely event it does not come off the lu surface? >> we have chosen not to think about that at the present time. >> other two crew members were collins and buzz aldrin who would walk on the move with neil armstrong. >> how it ended up neil armstrong was the first, you were supposed to be. >> there was an uncertainty every eva was always the junior person the senior person is responsible for much more requirements. it would seem to me the outside activity should be the junior person. >> who was that supposed to be? oo was it going to be you or armstrong? >> there is a lot of discussion about the commanders leading his troops the commander is a symbolic person. neil posted at the door i won't tell you which it would be. >> it is weird. >> no, it's not weird. i went home and
, no matter what. we rehearsed for nine weeks. we all knew each other, spent time together. russell crowe would have famous parties at his house, great sing alongs and everybody was there for everybody else. it was amazing. >> you seem to have regained the physique and weight i'm used to seeing you at. but you check out the beginning of this movie and it's very clear you lost a lot of weight to play jean valjean in the beginning. >> yes. one thing with film you can show that time that you can't show on stage. my wife gripped my hand, she was sort of worried for me. he wanted me to be unrecognizable in the beginning, which i did. but from the beginning to the end i had to put 30 pounds on. it was about a three to four-month shoot. it was the role of a lifetime. >> i was try iing to think, as was watching -- i know there are all kinds of beautiful trailers just out of camera's shot and you've got catering and all that stuff but it has an incredibly gritty feel to it. >> yes. >> the finished product. i wanted to purell throughout the entire movie. what was it like shooting in those scenes? >
such as adjustment bieber, russell brand and lenny kravitz have all been spotted wearing legfingings of fashion stores uniqlo barnesy and norris are selling tights for men the meggings are spitballs kennedy's stature in with friends and that melkite are much more comfortable than skinny jeans. what i new york city was quoted saying they allowed him to show all this nice legs. the outcome of fashion designers admit is not a look for everyone. same light as it might be able to look good in them. >> colin kaepernick and the services of 49ers to brian tannnerhill and the miami dolphins just today at candlestick park. it was a big for the fences of 49ers putting them back on track in their playoff push collin threw for 185 yds and ran for a late 50 your touch them. the 49 of running back frank gore reached a thousand rushing yards for the sixth time. the 49ers will face the new england patriots next sunday at 520. >> in state university is about to begin paying up for the jerry sandusky child abuse scandal. the university said it will make the first of five annual $12 million payment on december 20t
's that drive them further apart and makes compromise more difficult to achieve. walter russell mead introduced a useful distinction between the blue stay and read state models of development. the parties are sorting themselves and to different states and regions where they can implement their visions of social and economic policy. the blue state model, the democratic model takes its inspiration from the new deal. it is based on the concept governments can't underwrite working and middle-class incomes by a regime of higher taxes and public spending on education, healthcare, welfare and public employment. the red state model as implemented in various republican states call for lower taxes, lower public spending as a means of attracting business and promoting growth. california, illinois, and new york are prototypes of the better -- of the blue state model. texas, arizona, and indiana are prototypes of the red state model. but when these tendencies are added up across the nation, they produce something close to a stalemate. the blue state model is collapsing because of a tight cost and the effect
? >> talk about another rookie quarterback, this kid wilson. >> russell wilson. >> he is great. >> more and more confident every week. >> at the risk of upsetting joe scarborough, could you break the rumored possibility -- >> there is talk that a certain very successful college football coach may be eyeing a return to the national football league. >> yeah, nick saban. if saban wins this year, he's won 3 out of 4 national championships, nobody's done that since the irish back in the '40s. so two ways to look at it. one way is what else can you do at alabama? you've won 3 out of 4 national championships. there's another way to look at it, though. do you want to be a two-time failure in the nfl -- and i'm dead serious here -- going to be a two-time failure and basically have everything you've accomplished at alabama wiped off the map because the end will be -- steve spurrier still hasn't recovered from his stint in washington. the guy was a football god. he went to washington and immediately the stories started, you know, that this guy was bush league. he was a college coach. if saban goes
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